Authorities release Michael Jackson 911 call

Unidentified emergency caller says pop star won't respond to CPR

Authorities have released a call to 911 emergency services made yesterday (June 25) reporting that Michael Jackson was unconscious and unable to breathe.

During the call, which was released today (June 26) by the Los Angeles Fire Department, an unidentified caller from Jackson’s Los Angeles-area home told authorities that the singer was on a bed and wasn’t breathing.

The person added that he wasn’t responding to CPR, and that he was with his personal doctor, reports the Associated Press.

Jackson was then taken to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, where doctors tried unsuccessfully to resuscitate him for more than an hour before he was declared dead.

An autopsy is currently underway Los Angeles to determine the cause of Jackson‘s death.

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